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to talk about fiber. there is technology available today where each individual home could be self-sufficient -- self-sufficient with its own energy sell. what is amazing is if we have 500 years of natural gas, there it is. nobody can attack us if every household has energy. we eliminate the grid because everyone has the wrong grade. there is a company in california that is powering e day using methane gas. that company is blue energy of california. host: the president signed an executive order last week regarding cyber security. some news about that, they intended to improve information sharing to establish a framework of cyber security best practices. "the white house spent the last several months crafting the order after congress failed to pass cyber security legislation last year. -- last year." we will talk more about this executive order at 8:30 with larry clinton, president and ceo of the internet security alliance. next, gil, missouri, democratic line. caller: it does not surprise me , an executive order once a month on something. in 1913 they passed a 17th amendment. the s
to grow every decade in america on the order of 25-55% a decade. our technology stock in manufacturing was doubled it in the 2000s it was zero essentially. which has never again happen in our history. the u.s. companies were not investing in automation initiatives. and secondly, we have this in her recent book, if you look at the share of corporate r&d as applied, excuse because basic, applied in development, we are the only industrial nation where the share of the corporate share in basic and applied to shrink in the last decade. every other country is expand their basic and applied for u.s. companies to the opposite. they expanded their development although that is flattened and their shrank. largely that's really, really risky, and shareholders are saying we really don't care about returned. and seven years we want returns next you. any other component of that is when you have the 27th weakest and most anemic tax critics of the tax code doesn't really rewarding. and alas, al all the great worke did at mit, we are actually nowhere near the lead in funding university research. we're 2
and that is actually on technology, keeping in touch with people. now he will give it to someone else because he is too ill. it is shocking. >> a paypal resignation was also making headlines in south korea where 11% of the population is catholic. asia is one of the fastest- growing regions for catholicism. as much shock as there is, there's a slight hope that this could possibly be the time that a representative from asia to be elected to the papal seat. it would usher in a new era in catholicism. the church has not had a non westernport in the modern age -- non-western pope. many feel it would create a more global church. his sudden resignation leaves the door open to many possibilities and maybe the most modern of thing to happen to the church yet. >> we should admire him. it's a good example to other leaders. if you cannot fulfill your duties as a leader, then you should step down. >> with his departure on their minds, the faithful at st. joseph's in hong kong prepare for service. they are praying for his successor and have faith that no matter what's, the catholic church will survive. al jazeera, h
the russians as well, you know, we understand that our oil and gas fields are technologically behind. but no foreigner will ever known russian olive oil and gas so we are going to buy the technology for the western oil companies. so i had been a director of the corporation and i said so don't you understand that there's advantages in their technology they aren't coming to sell you their technology to make you a better conductor and he said that is a really good point. [laughter] and then he said are you still the director of hushovd rahm? i was the secretary of state, but in russia dmitry medvedev who was the deputy prime minister was also the chairman, so the state economy and portions lead up with fair amount of violence, too. now that he has decided that he is the once and future president of russia i think the chance that russia is going to break out of that and build on the other strengths it might have including a very smart population those have receded and i think unfortunately russia will not find a greater strength in the international economy it's pretty much dependent on
are still without a plan that was originally envisioned. arizona border's technology development remains in question. according to the jo, the department does not have the information necessary to support the estimated $1.5 billion plan, which is the successor to the council's multibillion-dollar fbi net. the department has not demonstrated the effectiveness in deploying surveillance technology. the jo also found that $1.5 billion cost estimate may not be reliable. if this new plan goes awry, the department will have spent over two billion dollars in an attempt to develop technology with little more to show them cancel programs and canceled checks the contractors. this is but one example why the department must go through this acquisition system, to improve how it does its job analysis and make sure we have a better way of purchasing technology. the new administration has made some improvement, the newly created accountability and risk- management designed to manage the oversight acquisition program appears to be a step in the right direction. i am concerned only 45 staff in this office
can spend less time... yea, the golden barrels... managing wireless costs and technology and more time driving your business potential. looks like we're going to need to order more agaves... ah! oh! ow! ... and more bandages. that's powerful. sharble data plus unlimited talk and text. now save $50 on a droid razr maxx hd by motorola. the battle of bataan, 1942. [ all ] fort benning, georgia, in 1999. [ male announcer ] usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation because it offers a superior level of protection and because usaa's commitment to serve the military, veterans, and their families is without equal. begin your legacy. get an auto-insurance quote. usaa. we know what it means to serve. >> welcome back. time now for a quick check of the headlines. a spokesman announcing that the conclave to pick a new pope could meet as soon as march 15th. vatican law requires a 15 to 20 day waiting period to give cardinals enough time to travel here. a new plan underway to honor the memories of the victims of the sandy hook school shooting. huge's largest firefighters
and technology and more time driving your business potential. looks like we're going to need to order more agaves... ah! oh! ow! ... and more bandages. that's powerful. sharble data plus unlimited talk and text. now save $50 on a droid razr maxx hd by motorola. begins with back pain and a choice. take advil, and maybe have to take up to four in a day. or take aleve, which can relieve pain all day with just two pills. good eye. >> heather: welcome back. a shocking blow to taxpayers this week. facebook seems to be getting out of federal and state taxes for 2012. you heard that right. on top of that they expect a hefty refund. it sounds outrageous to many americans but tax experts say there are loopholes that make it legal. peter doocy takes a look. >> reporter: facebook's profits in the u.s. last year, $1.1 billion. combined income tax bill, zero dollars, they will get a refund of $429 million thanks to one tax deduction for executive stock options. >> employees cash in the stock options and at that point there is a tax deduction for the company because even though it didn't cost facebook a nickel
have a very mature and serious nuclear weapon and a missile technology program. they're going to continue to do the research and development. when the time comes that they're ready to do a test, they're going to do that unless there is a political or a foreign policy reason for them not to do it. >> i mean there's been the questions about responding to sanctions. i mean even today people are wondering, is it tied to state of the union. is it sort of a direct, you know, push against the u.s.? >> i don't think so. i mean, in 2009 we heard this exact same thing. it was a condemnation of their april 2009 missile launch. the north koreans six weeks later conducted a second nuclear test in which they said it was because of the condemnation that occurred over their missile tests. you know, the response to that is that's nonsense. nobody conducts nuclear tests because they've been chastised over a missile test. more specifically, i would say if you're looking at a concurrence of time, it's not the state of the union. it's the two weeks prior to the inauguration of a new south korean p
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technology. we have paul howard, senior fellow with the manhattan institute. dr. p, let me start with you, shocking. you're shocked, right? can't believe it? >> yeah, it is shocking. i do business in the state of virginia. so it is even more shocking that the state is making such a dramatic statement. you know we heard a lot of small employers up until now talk about how they're going to switch some of their folks to part time but the state of virginia has a lot of people especially in community colleges and teachers who are going to be affected by this. we're going to be now shifted to 29 hours. now unfortunately these employees, not only will be able to get health insurance but they're also going to obviously take a pay cut. melissa: right. >> and be able to pay for, you know, just survival. melissa: right. paul, i mean i guess what is shocking to me about this is that the government is making a sound financial decision. like they're weighing the options and they're sitting there, hey, look, if we cut back we don't have to pay this. so i guess in a way i'm surprised but not for the reas
that you have coordinated on cooperations, technology, human resources, and maybe legal financial activities, but we know little about your knowledge of that committees -- activities of which you are the chief operating officer. some of the units of activity included trading and sales and marketing of risky investments. if you knew about the marketing and sales of these investments, it would be instructive to know what you do. if you do not know, it would be instructive to find out why and find out what your responsibilities were during her years at ci -- years at citi. these are important questions. if you are confirmed -- if you are confirmed, you will be responsible for overseeing the implementation of the very practices undertaken by the city units that you once operated. for example, you will be responsible for coordinating a limitation of the so-called -- volkcker rule. you have stated that you support that rule. if you are to be confirmed, it could lead to an awkward situation in which your rule as chair you would effectively be saying, financial firms, do as i say and not
with the vetting process and something is wrong with technology that it is not working in the marketplace. i had solar panels on my house in tennessee as a test keys thursday as a test case 30 + years ago. they're looking to see if we could get enough heat units per day in solar panels. we never got enough to run our hot water heater. we were happy to do it and see if it worked. we are saying let's bring things to the marketplace that will work but let's let the market decided it does not have to be taxpayer money that is being used as venture capital to see if unproven technologies are going to work. host: "from the washington post." what do you think of those proposals? guest: i think we need to look very carefully at wind power. are we generating a lot of wind power and the answer to that is, across the country, some areas are successful and some are not. you take our area in tennessee and you look at tva and the electric power generation source and see what you are pulling in that electric power generation bred from wind power and it is a miniscule amount. , even on the best days. you have
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they have the technology to launch a rocket. they did that back in december. a long-range rocket was sent. north korea wants to develop a deterrent against its sworn enemy, the united states, that is the ultimate aim. >> and, anna, south korea has called on the u.n. security council to hold a security meeting and that is happening this morning, scheduled at 9:00 a.m. what kind of action could we see coming from the united nations? we've heard about the condemnation, but what will the action be? >> it's a very good question. we just don't know. you know, it would appear that north korea is immune to sanction. they tightened the sanction last month and you would assume that's exactly what they're going to do with the backing of china. this is something that ericed north koreans because they're the only ally of north korea. so what do they do going forward? well that is up to the international community. as to whether it works, onto time will tell. >> i know we're going to be watching that very closely and you will as well. anna coren in seoul for us. thank you very much. and, john, the timi
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round it out. aig at the bottom of the list. by industry, technology has the best representation, and tobacco with the worst. financial services was not far behind. >> the hedge funds love them buying a lot of aig right now. okay, time for the top three things to watch next week. number three, on wednesday, the reading of the state of the housing market, the latest reading on that with the release of january housing starts. economists expecting starts to go down, to drop by 3%. >> bringing in number two, getting two readings on the state of inflation in the u.s. wednesday. first, the january ppi, producer price index, will be released. prices paid by the manufacturers, the producers of goods and services, and economists expect a rise of three-tenths of a percent, and, thursday, a reading of prices paid by consumers, the cti, the consumer price index, and economists looking for a rise of one-tent of a percent. >> the one thing, the federal reserve board. the federal reserve minutes are set to be released wednesday at 2 p.m. eastern. that gives us a look into what the fed thought a
and technology in place. uranium ore mines. this facility reprocesses uranium. iran is planning to install even more powerful centrifuges allowing it to enrich uranium to up to 20%. the fuel could be used for fuel rods, but it could also be a step towards producing a nuclear weapon. the israeli prime minister is alarmed. while u.s. president barack obama continues to push for sanctions and talks, netanyahu has threatened a direct military strike against iran's nuclear facilities. >> the most recent step and the announcement that the centrifuges are being modernized is a further escalation for israel. to a certain extent, it confirms the view of those who see iran as the most dangerous actor in the region. >> iran's spiritual leader recently reiterated his opposition to direct talks with the u.s. tehran has said it is open to talks with the international community under certain conditions, but it barred nuclear inspectors from accessing its facilities. the international atomic energy agency also still hopes diplomacy will work with the next attempt taking negotiators to kazakhstan later this mon
us think through the problem. you know, in terms of technology -- you know, technology is still really importantly. you know, for the army, the biggest challenge we have from a technology perspective is this tradeoff between mobility, survivability and lethalbility. and what we found in afghanistan and iraq, because of low tech weapons, we lost our survivability. excuse me, we lost our mobility, because we had to focus on survivability. and so our ability to be mobile was taken away from us, because we had to put so much stuff on our existing vehicles, it may them heavy, they were no longer maneuverable. they had to stay on roads. that's not what we need in the future. from a technological standpoint, we need development in materials, we need to develop new ideas in how we can conduct operations and lethal operations, be more mobile and the last thing is is that we talk about is this is why i focus on leadership. in my mind, leadership is the keep going forward. -- key going forward and it's because i believe that in the future, it's about the joint interagency, intergovernmenta
. he talked about the need to create more jobs by increasing research and technology investments, more school funding reforming the tax code, including ending tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. >> enrollment in the federal job corp program is frozen. lawmakers say it is at a stand still while they investigate a 100 million-dollar short fall. the budget problem will prevent about 30,000 young people from getting job training. they will stop taking anyone until at least june 30th. >>> 23 you want a job you may find one at great america. they need to fill hundreds of jobs for the season. they need cash years, ticket takers and ride operators. there are about 2500 positions open. tryouts are also being held for performance positions. opening day is scheduled for march 29th. >> state budget cuts may be to blame for why a new jail is signature empty in placer county. officials say they don't have the money to staff it. if staffs were in place the jail would be able to open in a few weeks but it would cost about $6 million to open just a portion of the facility and that is m
in huntsville, alabama. a community he loved very much. julian started davidson technologies in 1996 with just two employees. julian davidson emerged as a leading figure in the tennessee valley and believed if everyone worked for the betterment of the community, regardless of personal gain, everyone benefited. julian sought to leave our community and country better than he found it and he did that. julian davidson is a former chairman of the air force studies board of the national research council, member of the defense sciences board, and vice chairman of the technology assessment committee of the united states -- united space command, for national research council. julian davidson twice received the army exceptional civilian service award. he has received the air force meritorious civilian service award, the nba pioneer award -- m.b.a. pioneer award, he's a member of the employee hall of fame, united technology hall of fame, and was with auburn alumni engineering council. his impact on america is enormous. he is known by many as the father of missile defense in america. julian davidson is su
a lot of cost overruns for major programs but the reason we have cost overruns technology involved, some programs are so expensive. i guess the last point i would make on that, health care costs. the military retiree population is like the civilian population. there are a large amount of baby boomers and that costs a lot of money and health care costs health care costs have gone up across the board for the whole country. those are three areas the pentagon could have done a better job managing costs. bill: you think panetta has the right to be frustrated but a the end of that clip he said we've got to solve real problems facing this country. in your opinion did he help solve those problems? >> he did to some extent but i think he is trying to place the blame squarely on congress when really the blame should be focused i think on the obama administration. the obama administration was supposed to lead on this and i think what they did, they just created this super-committee, super-committee to handle the debt. it wasn't able to come to an agreement. and so they thought the sequestration wou
. this award recognizes the reality of the technological warfare we are engaged in an the 20. i'm a comment on some other recent events. obviously i want to join president obama in condemning the apparent north korean nuclear test. they are still evaluating not to determine exactly, you know, whether or not it was a nuclear test. this highly provocative act was a clear violation of united nations security council resolutions and north korea's own commitments under the party six party talks. the regime's actions are undermining regional security. the regime's actions are increasing risks of proliferation and further isolating north korea from the international community. there is no question that north korea constitutes a threat to the united states, to regional stability into global security. a combination of a recent missile test combined with what appear he was this nuclear test we believe represents a real threat to the united states of america. make no mistake the u.s. military will take all necessary steps in nader's security commitment to the republic of korea and to our regional alli
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gas, using the breathtakingly new technology that is allowing us to find both wet and dry gas, very valuable to our country, which is happening in many places in the country, to help fuel a renaissance of manufacturing. and madam president, this is not just going to help traditional oil and gas-producing states like louisiana and texas. this finding of natural gas, this breakthrough in technology enabling us to retrieve this gas in a -- not only an economically efficient way but in an environmentally sensitive way is going to be very important and impactful to many, many states in the union and is already we're seeing companies coming back, relocating from chile, from places in europe, from places in asia, coming back to the united states because of this resurgence of gas primarily. but here we're talking about a pipeline primarily from oil coming out of sands, not the traditional deep wells where you have large deposits of oil that you drill down into but a technology that's allowing the separation of these sands to get the carbon or the oil out of them to use. now, yes, we want to
. technology is changing the game. this dimg tal revolution is alive in almost every sector of society but not yet government. and governor, you understand this intimately. we still have this top-down hierarchical structure, and it's no longer increasingly relevant to the world everyone else is living in. so that's what the book begins to address. >> how do you harness -- >> exactly. >> -- how do you harness this incredible resource we have which is this new technology? because to some people it's about posting family photos and sending snarky tweets to each other. how do you use that for good? >> it's about a two-way conversation. i'm convinced of this, as a businessperson, i have about 1,000 employees in 15 businesses. we used to have one-way broadcast conversations. here's our product, take it or leave it. those days are over. it's a two-way conversation. it's the age of you. it's about customization, not standardization. and so that is a fundamental precept in terms of government reform. we've got to have that feedback loop. listening to the show this morning, it's distressing. fra
, he appears hell bent developing nuclear weapons and missile technology that could some day reach the united states. nobody is shivering in their boots at the pentagon yet but they're on track to do that. >> it could be a game changer in four words you don't like to say if you want too stay in power, in your face, beijing. if china is telling them not to do this, maybe the dynamic changes this time. >> and they had warned them publicly in advance, there is a u.n. national security meeting and all eyes are on them and what they do there and south korea election coming up and incredible concern on the part of the pentagon and intelligence community and that there are ties between north korea and iran not just on the cluck lar program but missile programs as well. >> it comes at a time we are in the mist of chandst of changingd states national team and going out and saying it's a weak team. it's a scary moment. >> thanks for being with us. straight ahead, senator joe manchin on set and valerie jarrett, senior advisor to the president will be here and gene sp sperling and eugene robin
in a field of science, technology, engineering or math from a u.s. doctoral institution and would have taken all doctoral courses in a stem field while in the u.s. we train, we educate those superqualified folks all the them and then all too often we send them back to their native countries and don't allow them to remain here to get on a pathway to citizenship and to contribute as they would to our economy. child tax credit law. this would amend the i.r.s. code to simply put in place significant identification requirements for the child tax credit to require taxpayers to provide that valid i.d. to cut out what is admitted to be rampant fraud in the system. the i.r.s. itself and its inspector general office has said there's at least $4.3 billion of fraud a year in the child tax credit. these checks from the taxpayer, actual checks going out to illegal recipients who do not qualify under the law. in some cases, dozens, allegedly, at a single address, a single family. it's clearly fraud. we just need some basic requirements to cut out that fraud. the i.r.s. itself under this administration has
world. it is not due to a breakthrough in military technology or new strategic insight. it is not because of entitlement growth has been explored and exhausted. it is not because sequestration was ever land or intending to be implemented during -- ever planned or intended to be implemented. the consequences are very real and very personal. the president has indicated his intention to spare military compensation from sequestration. it is a decision that we intend to carry out, but make no mistake, the troops will feel this directly in other ways. i will give you the principal way. we will need to sharpen curtail training. that means a brigade combat team that has returned from afghanistan that is used to being in tip top ready, that is what matters to the profession and that is what we want to have matter to them, cannot train. the army reports that two thirds of its brigade on that teams will be at reduced readiness by year's end. i could go through the same thing with air force and so forth. it will have a big impact on uniformed people. likewise for our much-maligned
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of missile technology to the iranians, crossing over chinese territory. april 15th last year, in the big military parade in pyongyang, six chinese missile launchers sold to pyongyang. we need to have some important conversations with china, we've not been willing to do that in the past. >> you mentioned iran. quickly, let's talk about that. iran getting access to the opportunities that north korea is creating and being successful with. what happens there? >> in 2006/2009, iranians on site in north korea for the two previous nuclear tests. north korea sells everything it develops to the irianians, long-range ballistic missiles, nuclear reactors, processed uranium, you name it. this is a joint nuclear weapons development program in tehran and pyongyang. we need to stop those sales. >> gordon chang, nice to have you back. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> you bet. >>> the president mentioned the word jobs 42 times in the state of the union speech last year. did he keep the promises he made? christine romans will look at whether the president was true to his word or not, coming up next. ♪
technology in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. twe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before inveing. ♪ lou: for all about facts, of course, here in "chalk talk," and president obama, well, to be kind, he was not there without bigger things on his mind. take a look here, if you can see this, five of the most egregious, what do you call them? stretches of the imagination, exaggerations? start with the president bragging about, first of all, his jobs record. here he is. >> after years of grueling recession, our businesses have created over 6 million new jobs. lou: 6 million new jobs, i mean, that's impressive, isn't it? there's a little problem. we're not saying the president did it intentionally. it had to be an accident of some kind, but the president started counting, and this is sort of peculiar. months after he took office
and this coalition is not going to fall apart. >> now with remarkable technological advances like the patriot missile, we can defend against ballistic missile attacks aimed at innocent civilians. >> i have, therefore, directed general norman schwarzkopf, in conjunction with coalition forces, to use all forces available, including ground forces, to reject the iraqi army from kuwait. deliberation with kuwait has entered its final days. i have complete confidence in the ability of the coalition forces, swiftly and decisively, to accomplish their mission. >> kuwait is liberated. iraq's army is defeated. our military objectives are met. kuwait is once more in the hands of the kuwaitis in control of their own destiny. we share in their joy. a joy tempered only by our compassion for their ordeal. >> we went halfway around the world to do what is moral, just, and right. we fought hard and with others, we won the war. we lifted the yoke of oppression and tyranny from a small country that many americans have never even heard of, and we asked nothing in return. we are coming home now. proud, confident, heads hi
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